3 days / 30+ speakers
45+ lectures, workshops, and seminars
National Symposium for Classical Education
Phoenix Convention Center
March 23–25, 2022
The National Classical Education Symposium is designed to enrich our understanding of the classical, liberal arts in both the theoretical and practical dimensions of curriculum and pedagogy. Beginning with curated presentations from select scholars and practitioners, we provide school leaders and master teachers with some of the best thought on the subjects under consideration.
T. S. Eliot’s “Tradition and the Individual Talent” (The Egoist, 1919)
Elaine Scarry’s On Beauty and Being Just (Princeton UP, 1999)
Roger Scruton’s Beauty: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford UP, 2011)
Frederick Turner’s Beauty: The Value of Values (UVA Press, 1992)
Helen Vendler’s “The Ocean, the Bird, and the Scholar” (Jefferson Lecture 2004)
Institute for Classical Education
The National Symposium for Classical Education is an event hosted by the Institute for Classical Education, which is dedicated to the support and expansion of classical education in America: in public (charter), private, and home schools.